Brother TD-4000 printer is a massive device with exciting features that make it stand out among many other Brother products. The most observable feature is the shape and size as well as its colors and control panel with buttons. The printer build-up creates a very user-friend environment to engage the user, and the controls are easily understandable and accessible from the printer body.
Brother TD-4000 printer driver for Windows
|Supported OS: Windows 10 32-bit, Windows 10 64-bit, Windows 8 32-bit, Windows 8 64-bit, Windows 7 32-bit, Windows 7 64-bit, Windows Vista 32-bit, Windows Vista 64-bit, Windows XP 32-bit|
|Printer Driver for Windows 7 8 10 xp vista 32 bit.exe||4.24 MB||Download|
|Printer Driver for Windows 7 8 10 vista 64 bit.exe||4.32 MB||Download|
The body of the printer also consists of LED lights of three different colors of red, orange and green. Each of these colors indicates different condition or status of the device while the frequency also has a meaning, whether blinking or stable. The printer runs on a direct thermal print method that is the latest method for devices of such property and is a modern way of getting the best quality and excellent speed out of these printers.
Furthermore, this method can help to conserve the print resources such as is needful for both private and commercial uses at home or in offices respectively. The maximum print range for the printed output for the width is 3.9 inches. However, the printable label length is 25.4 mm to 3 m for primary and 25.4 mm to 1 m with the ESC/P or P-touch template. The print speed of the device depends on the particular mode of connecting to the printer.
When users establish a connection with the printer through the USB port, the speed of the printer is up to 4.3 inches per second with a label transport speed. However, the maximum rate for the RD die-cut label paper is 92 labels per minute. The resolution of this device on the average is about 300 dots per inch (dpi) while the depth is 1296 dots. The printer is also capable of generating an automatic date and time stamp on the printed products through the PC.